CHF's New Member Development Program is a semester-long training program focused on building soft and technical skills specific to the finance world. In addition to weekly meetings and deliverables, new members will also benefit from formal and informal mentorship and frequent educational opportunities outside of the program.

 

Note that this program is specifically targeted towards new members who want to learn or brush up on their finance skills. Applicants who have more experience will be considered for placement directly into one of our funds (and bypass the New Member Development Program).

 

Week 1 & 2 - Professional Development
Week 3 to 10 - Technical Training

New Member Training

Mentorship

Resume

Networking

PPT & Excel

Accounting

Finance

Fundamentals

Valuation

Instructors

Our new member instructors are high-performing upperclassmen with experiences in investing, banking, and consulting.

Screen Shot 2018-10-15 at 9.22.50 PM

Eesha Chona

Social Chair & New Member Development

Eesha is a junior in the SC Johnson College of Business pursuing a major in Hotel Administration and minors in Real Estate and Information Science. This past summer, she interned at Colony Capital in Hotel Asset Management, and is an incoming intern at Blackstone Real Estate Asset Management next summer. On campus, she is actively involved in SAFC and her dance team, Cornell Sitara. In her free time, she enjoys doing yoga and going to the gym with friends.

CHF

Eric Huang

Fund Manager, New Member Development

Eric, a senior majoring in Hotel Administration and minoring in Real Estate, manages CHF’s New Member Development Fund. In addition to CHF, he has also worked as a TA for two classes and served on the executive boards of Cornell Club of Taiwan and Global China Connection. Previously, Eric interned at a real estate investment management firm, JLL and a boutique firm specializing in distressed debt, IlliquidX. This past summer, he was with J.P. Morgan Private Bank.